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  • Sep 03

    Give Hope Zambia reports a good academic year

    Posted September 3, 2016, 3:36 pm

    Team in Zambia reports on the successes of this past academic year. SPORTS We have had sporting activities throughout the year in the disciplines of soccer, netball and athletics. Our first outing was to Limapela Cedric’s School then later in term two to Roma Community school. We had our own sports fests on Youth Day and Independence Day. Our only setback is lack of sports uniforms both for soccer and netball.   FEEDING We could not have regular feeding as we would like but have had soy supplementation for the babies in Pre-school in the first term, fresh maize and sweet-potatoes. During sporting meets we have had meals as a school and also during some public holidays with the latest being the Independence Day which we celebrated on the eve being 23rd October 2015. CAREER TALKS The local Police officer came through to educate our older children on crime prevention, types of crime and the consequences. Early marriages, smoking and alcohol abuse was also addressed. He also encouraged them to remain in school, to think beyond where they are and to aim high. HEALTH MATTERS During the second term holiday we had medical personnel from the Commando Clinic come for a week of circumcision at the school and most of our boys got circumcised, with their parents consent. Earlier in the year we de-wormed all the children and had quite a number screened for malaria. VISITORS/VOLUNTEERS We have a received a host of visitors this year from within the country and from outside. It has been encouraging as each visitor lit up Luyando in their own special way. Some have even promised to visit again as God wills. The latest visit was from Ann Bissett who brought us some school supplies, and Rob Bellingham who helped repaint our classrooms and put up notice boards in all the classrooms.

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  • Sep 03

    Give Hope started HIV Prevention Care and Support Project in Ethiopia

    Posted September 3, 2016, 3:26 pm

    Give Hope Ethiopia won a grant from Viiv Healthcare in the UK to start HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care and Support project in Legetafo Legedadi area of Oromia region in Ethiopia for a period of two years. The project benefits sixty additional orphaned and vulnerable children who are infected or affected by HIV. It provides them with educational supplies, nutrition, medical, and tutorial support to help them go to school and perform well. The project also works with the OVC's carers equipping them with skills which help them generate their own income. HIV prevention activities are carried out among over nine thousand in and out-of-school youth educating them about sexual reproductive health. Give Hope Ethiopia implements the project in collaboration with Tesfa Kokeb Association of People Living with HIV/AIDS.

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  • Sep 03

    Give Hope helping farmers produce more honey in Malawi

    Posted September 3, 2016, 3:18 pm

    Alex is one of the Kunkhongo beekeepers in Malawi. He is excited that his group of 8 beekeepers have bottled 145 jars of honey up to now and harvested 444 kgs of raw honey! They now need more jars, about 300 to 400. What a lovely problem! And one email from here to a supplier in Malawi can sort it out. We are now quite a long way from where we first started, with one bee hive in Kunkhongo village on Christmas Day 2013! Perseverance is paying off. Kunkhongo is by Senga Bay South, Lake Malawi, about 13 degrees south of the equator.

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